In the sentence "she goes to school," I could insert the word "also" in two different places and with a slight adjustment of tone it would mean two separate things:
She also goes to school.
(She goes to school in addition to the other things she does.)
She goes to school, also.
(She goes to school, too, just like you, the person I'm addressing!)
Now, technically, the second sentence could take on the meaning of the first, but the first would be awkward if you were going for the meaning of the second.
Also, she goes to school.
(I forgot to mention this about her.)
How can I do this in French using aussi or également ? How can I specify my meaning? Or would I have to use other words?
She goes to Also School.
(The name of the school is Also School.)
It could happen.